By Deborah Lockton,Richard Ward
First released in 1997, this publication marks a end result of a 3 12 months learn programme concentrated upon the prevalence of family violence in Leicester. The research tested the degrees of violence, the main points of candidates and respondents and the character of proceedings, in addition to the regulations utilized and the issues confronted via these imposing the legislation. The books units the findings within the context of the regulations on safety of sufferers of family violence, the issues they face and security after 1997.
This booklet might be of curiosity to these learning legislations, social paintings, sociology and women’s studies.
By Lizzie Seal
Capital punishment for homicide was once abolished in Britain in 1965. at present, the best way humans in Britain perceived and understood the demise penalty had replaced – it used to be a topic that had develop into more and more debatable, high-profile and fraught with emotion. for you to comprehend why this used to be, it will be significant to check how traditional humans discovered approximately and skilled capital punishment.
Drawing on basic study, this e-book explores the cultural lifetime of the dying penalty in Britain within the 20th century, together with an exploration of the position of the preferred press and a dialogue of portrayals of the dying penalty in performs, novels and movies. well known protest opposed to capital punishment and public responses to and understandings of capital situations also are mentioned, quite when it comes to conceptualisations of justice. Miscarriages of justice have been major to capital punishment’s more and more fraught nature within the mid twentieth-century and the ebook analyses the unsettling strength of 2 such excessive profile miscarriages of justice. the ultimate chapters give some thought to the continued relevance of capital punishment in Britain after abolition, together with its symbolism and the way humans negotiate stories of the dying penalty.
Capital Punishment in Twentieth-Century Britain is groundbreaking in its cognizance to the demise penalty and the impression it had on daily life and it's the basically textual content in this period to put public and well known discourses approximately, and reactions to, capital punishment on the centre of the research. Interdisciplinary in concentration and technique, it is going to attract historians, criminologists, sociologists and socio-legal students.
By Camilla Bertheau
Wie wirkte sich die allgemeine politische Lage – Kalter Krieg – auf die Entschädigung politisch Verfolgter des Nationalsozialismus, insb. der Kommunisten aus? Eine Untersuchung der Gesetzgebungsprozesse und der Rechtsprechung sowie ihrer gegenseitigen Wechselwirkungen in den Fünfziger Jahren der Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit einem Schwerpunkt auf der gerichtlichen Praxis Westberlins.
By James M. Anderson,Ivan Waggoner
By Cliff Roberson,Dilip K. Das,Jennie K. Singer
The 15th Annual overseas Police government Symposium introduced jointly sixty five police executives, govt officers, lecturers, and researchers to debate concerns when it comes to all features of policing in an international group. It interested in policing without borderlines, the necessity for nationwide and overseas cooperation between policing enterprises, and the necessity for cooperation among the police, the tutorial group, inner most policing businesses, and most of the people. Drawn from the shows made at this symposium and supplemented with extra enter from eminent specialists, Police borderless: The Fading contrast among neighborhood and worldwide reflects the present prestige of study in this well timed and important topic.
Topics mentioned include:
- Policing task, human rights, and corruption
- Female policing in India in comparison to different countries
- Challenges and hindrances in policing in Slovenia, China, Asia, and the Pacific
- Strategies for fighting juvenile delinquency in Japan and Hong Kong
- The chance as a result of nonreturnable arrest warrants in Canada
- An insider’s examine the United Kingdom’s built-in designated department, an intelligence unit
- Virtual prepared crime in cyberspace
- A winning public housing security initiative within the japanese District of latest York
Highlighting person transformations in police conception, variety, and perform around the globe, this quantity opens a discussion within which police corporations and teachers can study from different cultures, realize their similarities, and stream in the direction of a more robust international policing methodology.
By John Dombrink,Daniel Hillyard
Sin No More deals a brilliant exam of a few of the main morally and politically disputed problems with our time: abortion, homosexual rights, assisted suicide, stem mobile learn, and legalized playing. those are ethical values concerns, all of that are hotly, occasionally violently, contested in the United States. The authors disguise those concerns extensive, taking a look at the character of efforts to start up reforms, to outline constituencies, to mobilize assets, to border debates, and to form public opinion—all to be able to in achieving social switch, create, or re-write laws. Of the problems lower than scrutiny in basic terms legalized playing has controlled to accomplish frequent attractiveness regardless of ethical qualms from some.
Sin No More seeks to teach what those legislation and attitudes let us know approximately americans’ method of legislation and morality, and approximately our altering conceptions of sin, crime and illegality. operating via every one bankruptcy is a important pressure: that American attitudes and legislation towards those victimless crimes are facing a means of normalization. regardless of conservative rhetoric the authors argue that the tide is popping on every one of those matters, with all relocating towards attractiveness, or decriminalization, in society. every one factor is at a special aspect when it comes to this reputation, and every has traveled assorted roads to accomplish their present status.
By Yasuhide Kawashima
When the japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Iva was once nursing an in poor health aunt in Japan. avoided from returning to domestic, she used to be considered with suspicion via the japanese experts. They hounded her to give up her American citizenship, which she adamantly refused to do. harassed to discover employment, she joined Radio Tokyo. referred to as Orphan Ann, she did not anything greater than emcee short song segments on "The 0 Hour" through the war's final years. She used to be by no means known as "Tokyo Rose" through somebody and used to be yet considered one of just a dozen or so English-speaking ladies heard on eastern airwaves.
In want of cash to come back domestic after the battle, she made the error of permitting herself to be interviewed by means of formidable reporters who have been definite that she was once the Tokyo Rose, although she denied it. the printed tale introduced Iva to the eye of yankee specialists who attempted and convicted Iva for treason, regardless of the inability of proof and a reluctant jury. She used to be then stripped of her citizenship and despatched to legal.
Yasuhide Kawashima's account of Toguri's trials are deeply rooted in eastern language assets, American felony records, and the cultures of either countries. He identifies heroes and villains in either the U.S. and Japan and likewise highlights broader issues: the internment of millions of unswerving eastern american citizens, the which means of citizenship, the nation's dedication to the belief of reasonable trial, the influence of tabloid journalism, and the very inspiration of treason.
Iva used to be ultimately pardoned in 1977 by means of President Gerald Ford—she used to be the 1st individual in U.S. heritage to be pardoned for treason—and had her citizenship restored. but while she died in 2006, obituaries persevered to spot her as Tokyo Rose. Kafkaesque in its telling, Kawashima's story offers a harsh reminder that the legislations doesn't continuously render justice.
By Joe McGrath
Corporate and white-collar crime in eire is the 1st monograph to examine the transition in eire from a sanctioning, 'command and keep an eye on' version of company enforcement to the compliance-orientated regulatory version. it's also special in finding this shift in its broader sociological and jurisprudential context. As such, the unique contribution of this quantity isn't within the research of company or white-collar crimes yet quite in its research of the rising criminal structure which makes an attempt to control instead of punish crime. It offers a definitive account of a nation at a serious degree of its monetary improvement, having moved from an agrarian and guarded society to a free-market globalised economic climate that's attempting to deal with the dangers of elevated company task, having skilled an monetary increase and melancholy in a remarkably condensed interval of time.
By Leila Nadya Sadat
By Sabine Tofahrn
Aus dem Besonderen Teil des Strafgesetzbuchs werden die Straftaten gegen Vermögenswerte behandelt. Nach einer Einführung sind die Straftaten gegen das Eigentum (u.a. Diebstahlsdelikte, Raubdelikte, Sachbeschädigung) sowie die Straftaten gegen einzelne Vermögenswerte (u.a. Betrugsdelikte, Erpressungsdelikte, Untreue) ausführlich dargestellt. Ein Teil zu den Anschlussdelikten (u.a. Begünstigung und Hehlerei) rundet das Skript ab.
Die Skripten „JURIQ-Erfolgstraining“ sind speziell auf die Bedürfnisse der Studierenden zugeschnitten und bieten ein umfassendes „Trainingspaket“ zur Prüfungsvorbereitung:
Die Lerninhalte sind absolut klausurorientiert aufbereitet; begleitende Hinweise von erfahrenen Repetitoren erleichtern das Verständnis und bieten wertvolle Klausurtipps; im textual content integrierte Wiederholungs- und Übungselemente (Online-Wissens-Check und Übungsfälle mit Lösung im Gutachtenstil) gewährleisten den Lernerfolg; Illustrationen schwieriger Sachverhalte dienen als „Lernanker“ und erleichtern den Lernprozess; Tipps vom Lerncoach helfen beim Optimieren des eigenen Lernstils; ein modernes Farb-Layout schafft eine optimistic Lernatmosphäre.